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DURHAM, N.C. - The WNBA season is in full force, and all seven former Blue Devils are finding their roles within their squads.. Keep up to date on the notebook for updates on Duke in the WNBA. 



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Happy Birthday Blue Devils...

Let's wish a special happy birthday to these Blue Devils who have a birthday this week.  Hope you have a wonderful day! 

Krystal Thomas - 2011 graduate (June 10)
Lindsey Harding - 2007 graduate (June 12)
Lindy Brown - Senior Associate SID for WBB (June 13)
Lauren Rice - 2000 graduate (June 15)


Seems Like Just Yesterday...

 

Birthday Down Under

Happy Birthday Miela! Sounds like you received a pretty good present! 😉


Alumni Update

Milestones For Gray

Chelsea Gray lit the WNBA on fire this week, setting a new career-high as well as notching a milestone in her WNBA career. She also came through in the clutch to push the Sparks by the Lynx Saturday on national television.


 

Career Numbers for Brown

Lexie Brown was on fire for the Lynx this past week, grabbing a career-high in their narrow loss to the Sparks. Was it the shoes? We think so...🤔


 

Brown Finds A Place With The Lynx

Read all about how Lexie Brown has turned around a slow start in her WNBA career to find a thriving role in Minnesota.


 

High Praise For Thomas

 

Q&A With Payton Black Hobbs

In case you missed it, we are catching up with Duke alumnae to see what they have been up to since leaving Durham. This week, we caught up with 1999 graduate Payton Black Hobbs. Catch up to date with the article by clicking the link.

 

Christmas-Kelly Makes Debut

After nearly a year from injury, Karima Christmas-Kelly makes her 2019 and Minnesota Lynx debut. We spy two former Blue Devils checking into the game!



Greenwell Finds Her Own Path

While Rebecca Greenwell rehabs from her knee injury, she is staying involved in basketball in a different way.




Scheer Thrives In The Land Down Under

Kathleen Scheer played a major part in the Nunawading Spectres' victory against the 10th-ranked Lady Bandits in the Australian State League (second division). Her MVP performance saw her scoring 17 points, while grabbing 10 boards and collecting three assists in the 83-73 win. On the year, she is averaging 16.0 points, 9.1 rebounds, 2.2 assists and 1.5 blocks in 12 games. 



Listen In With Former Walk-On Jenna Frush

The former walk-on to scholarship Blue Devil talks of her Duke roots as a kid, her recruitment, and her time as a Duke student-athlete and beyond.

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